Built around the vocals of the one and only Vassy –widely known for her collaborations Tiesto, KSHMR, Benny Benassi and Showtek and- “I Should Have Said” is her next production in cooperation with the Greek duo Playmen.
The somehow happy but emotional piano driven track is intersecting with strong pop influences, loaded with timeless chords and strong, contemporary beats.
Playmen is the result and combination of two exceptional and talented youthful producers going by the names of “Pavlos Manolis” and “Lefteris Xenakis”.
At the young age of 19 they found out that they both shared a great passion for electronic music.
Since then many great things have happened for these two. Seeming as if they had the Midas touch it didn’t take long for the duo to grasp legendary status in their homeland country Greece, through their consistent stream of #1 hits.
For the last five years Playmen managed to achieve mainstream success in multiple countries including Cyprus and Russia, with the latest seeing them hit #1 Airplay position for several weeks with their single “Fallin” accompanied by the staggering number of 9.000.000 YouTube plays.
After meeting with success multiple times Playmen became one of the most sought out for producers, attracting names such as “Pitbull”, “Ne-Yo” and “T-Pain”, resulting in an amazing collaboration , “Out Of My Head” featuring “T-Pain”, but also with the famous singer Hadley Poole.
Being branded as one of the most iconic groups in Greece and amassing 160K fans and therefore named as the #1 Greek DJs, Playmen‘s “I Should Have Said” with Vassy is out by Panik Records label. Did we mention that they’ll appear on this year’s Tomorrowland?